The F-4Phantom II was the very first all-around aircraft to serve the US Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps simultaneously. Although mainly used as a war fighter, its versatile airframe also made it useful as a tactical reconnaissance platform. The reconnaissance variant of the F-4Phantom II was designated with the “RF” designation and came equipped with reconnaissance and digital navigation systems and sensors. This version could be distinguished through its longer nose assembly, which housed the APQ-99 series of forward-looking radar. This variant of the F-4Phantom II was mainly responsible for radar suppression and often came armed with radar-seeking air-to-surface missiles. It saw success during the Vietnam War and the Persian Gulf War.
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